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 Last update:  3/27/2014       Read more by Salvador Rodriguez         
   
Chavez Would Be Ready For Golovkin on 7/19, Not 7/12
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By Salvador Rodriguez

Former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. is very close to an agreement to face WBA/IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin on a date in July. Although July 12th has been mentioned as the working date for the Forum in Inglewood, the Mexican star reveals that he needs an additional week. He doesn't expect any problems with having the date pushed back by seven days, to July 19th. Chavez is still dealing with a hand and foot injury, both of which were suffered a few weeks ago when he decisioned Bryan Vera. 

"What I can say is that my manager Billy Keane is [dealing with the fight negotiations]. I would be ready by July 19. I have not been training due to a small fracture in my right hand, plus I have an injury to my right foot but I will be ready [by that date]. I do not think there is any problem in fighting on July 19 against Golovkin," said Chavez Jr.

Tags: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr , Gennady Golovkin , Chavez-Golovkin , Chavez vs. Golovkin


 

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comment by drenlou, on 03-28-2014
[QUOTE=RAV3N]So any country that was part of the Ottoman empire should still be called turkish? GGG is actually half russian and half korean.[/QUOTE] Thats why their republic was called u.s.s.r....ggg is half korean?:lol1: just as kostya tyszu was! Nice.now you see why i was comparing this ...

comment by drenlou, on 03-28-2014
[QUOTE=RAV3N]So any country that was part of the Ottoman empire should still be called turkish? GGG is actually half russian and half korean.[/QUOTE] Thats why their republic was called u.s.s.r....ggg is half korean?:lol1:

comment by Weebler I, on 03-28-2014
[QUOTE=-Kev-]It's actually worse than what you just described. GGG did say he'd fight any one from 154-175, Ward said 'let's do it, send an offer, I don't see any offers', but his trainer said he's not ready for Ward. Then GGG's people made TR/Chavez Jr an offer, and Arum/Chavez took it. No offer...

comment by RAV3N, on 03-28-2014
[QUOTE=drenlou]Thats just a technical term they use to express there freedom(kazakhstani),they used tobe under the russian empire as one union..same thing with the klitchkos there ukraniun but they were considered russians before the soviet union split up.[/QUOTE] So any country that was part ...

comment by drenlou, on 03-28-2014
[QUOTE=T18Z]Golovkin is Kazakhstani, not Russian.[/QUOTE] Thats just a technical term they use to express there freedom(kazakhstani),they used tobe under the russian empire as one union..same thing with the klitchkos there ukraniun but they were considered russians before the soviet union split up.

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